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HABWWE
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  • LA Metro
  • United States
  • Networking, Exchange, Making a Way
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Why do you want to join Black Business Women Online?
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What's Your Business?
Networking, Exchange, Making a Way
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About Me:
In the Name of Allah

As-Salaam Alaikum,
Peace and Greetings

"Learn and Teach. Teach and Learn"

I like to think of myself as a Hard_Truth Sister. I'm a mother, grand & great-grand mother, at last count there were some 18 grands. Like one of my Most Admired Black Women -- The Great Fannie Lou Hamer, I got involved in the Black Liberation Movement late in like. I've been trying to make up for lost time. One of my Aunts was an interior decorator who worked for herself and taught me that anyone worth their labor would do the same. This made me entrepreneurial-minded since childhood. I think ALL of our young people should be like minded, whether they have a job or not! The mindset should be to work for the benefit and profit of themselves in all aspects of life. And , in my view, its never too late to start. My mantra is Thank God for the Web!

My children caused me to venture into the field of nursing starting in 1965. Along the way I've developed an appreciation for wholistic methods of healing with particular emphasis on the principles of eating to live. In my view the health of our families begins (or ends) on our kitichens -- the preparer of food being a Kitchen Scientist. It is my view that healing and weillbeing is compreshensive: Physical, mental, emotionsl, spiritual and academic -- in a much as our knowledge allows us to learn and act on and sort out data.

Again, the web is a vital research tool which gives your fomgers the ability to do the walking all over the world from your desktop! This is a true blessing, one which would have caused my ancestors to marvel.

Peace and Blessings,
Sister Halimah Allah, HTS
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Favorite Website
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At 12:29pm on May 21, 2009, LaShanda Henry said…
Greetings!

This is LaShanda Henry, founder of Black Business Women Online. I hope you are enjoying the network. If you want to really get started, Grab your FREE Black Business Starter Kit which includes social networking tips, webinars, and more.




If you already signed up for the Kit that's Great! Have an amazing day.

LaShanda
At 2:15am on November 6, 2008, HABWWE said…
Top 10 Money Drains
Thursday, August 16, 2007provided byBankrate

It's easy to fritter away money on daily expenses. If you fall into these money traps, learn to avoid them and pocket the savings.

1. Coffee

2. Cigarettes

3. Alcohol

4. Bottled water

5. Manicures

6. Car washes

7. Weekday lunches out

8. Vending machines snacks

9. Interest charges on credit cards

10. Unused memberships
At 3:19pm on October 31, 2008, KAMAL IMANI*The Soul Griot! said…
Dear Sister HABWWE,

Please see my video Ms. Melanin (A Dedication to the Black Woman) by Kamal Imani

Sincerely,

Kamal Imani
http://cdbaby.com/cd/kamalimani


Also,
Got Inspiration? Check out the inspirational hip hop & R&b song “I Will Make It” by Niva feat Kamal Imani
“I Will Make It” inspires you to keep the faith and believe in yourself! What more can we say! Keep your spiritual energy up and rock to this. And, remember to look to the person on your left and on your right and tell them “I Will Make It”! Can I get an AMEN?
Produced by Brother Jonathan of http://www.Newblackmusic.net Soul Griots Music Group RAI http://www.soundclick.com/niva http://www.myspace.com/kamalsupreme

At 1:43am on October 17, 2008, HABWWE said…
Inter Press Service News Agency
Monday, June 23, 2008 05:13 GMT

Readers Opinions
DEVELOPMENT-GHANA:
Women Ideal Shea Butter Producers
http://ipsnews.net/africa/nota.asp?idnews=42753

Sam Olukoya

SAGNARIGU, Jun 11 (IPS) - "Wherever I went, they laughed at me and called me 'Habiba the empty mouth.' I was always embarrassed," says 45-year-old Habiba Alhassan. "I could not afford to smile; I could not open my mouth in public, when I took photographs I had to close my mouth so that I wouldn't look ugly."
With all her front teeth missing, Alhassan was an object of mockery in her village, Sagnarigu, in the northern region of Ghana. Too poor to afford artificial teeth, she seemed destined to live with the embarrassment for life. "My petty trade in cocoa drinks was hardly enough to feed me let alone replace my lost teeth," she said.

But all that changed early last year, when she joined a rural women's cooperative producing soap from shea butter. In less than six months, she was able to save more than $300 from her earnings to replace the missing teeth. "Nobody believed me when I said I was determined to replace the missing teeth, now I have done it," Habiba said proudly.

The cooperative, known as the Ideal Woman Shea Butter Producers and Pickers Association is the product of a poverty eradication initiative for rural women in Northern Ghana. The initiative is backed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Japanese government under the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD). TICAD is a global framework for collaboration between Asia and Africa to promote economic development in Africa.
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At 7:20pm on September 11, 2008, Genina "Silk" Jackson said…
At 10:15am on September 11, 2008, Go'diloX said…
The Southern Entertainment Awards, oringinally out of Nashville, at Harrahs casino in Tunica, Ms. I am nominated this yr. I need everyone support on this voting process. It take jus a minute to go to the site(link below) Click BALLOT tab..VOTE will appear..Click it...look for the catagory: INDUSTRY POWER PLAYER(FEMALE)..YOU DO NOT HAVE TO VOTE IN EVERY CATAGORY...they will send you a comformation email that you MUST click to make your vote count..I have worked soo hard over the years, especially being a woman in the music industry, dealing with men who have tested my Womanhood and Rank..and have LOST... I'm humble for this reconition by my peers, and would love to be the FIRST BLACK WOMAN to bring this award home..Please comment on my page after you have voted for me..so I can see who my voters were(email all your friends to do the same)..thank you..and I know I cant win without YOU!!

http://www.southernentawards.com/ballot/vote.html
At 3:53am on August 22, 2008, HABWWE said…
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HOUR CHILDREN

is a unique way to help empower mothers and their children http://www.hourchildren.org/news.php


THE CITY-KIDS FOUNDATION

http://www.citykids.com/main.html


GIVEN & LEARN

Help feed the hungry
http://www.freerice.com


SHOES THAT FIT

http://www.shoesthatfit.org/
At 8:39pm on August 11, 2008, Nicole Dennison said…
Hey Habwwei,

Welcome to this wonder site. I hope you enjoy your networking experience.

Please check this months issue of The Advenitst Times www.theadventisttimes.com/.

If you would tell me what you think about Donnie McClurkin’s page, and the page on Overcoming Addiction. Leave me a comment please.

I need to know if these topics are helpful. I'm trying to help as many people as I can.

Minister T.D. Jakes has some "real talk" for the men in our lives.

Stay Blessed Always,
Nikki
At 8:25am on August 6, 2008, Mvuyi said…
Hi there, I just wanted to introduce myself and my new business. I am trying to network with as many people as possible to see if there are ways that we can support each other. I offer unique and affordable works of African art that make impactful gifts for all occasions. If you have a special occasion coming up, or if you just want to connect with Africa yourself, please bookmark our site.

Do you know anyone who has a birthday or special event coming up?

Thank you for your consideration.
Mvuyi
www.artofubuntu.com

At 4:54am on August 6, 2008, Edwina w/ NuChoice Travel said…
Welcome Habwwe, I hope you find this an great group to have joined as I have. For your next events/vacations would you consider using my travel website or learn how you too could have your own travel site as well.

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www.myspace.com/nuchoicetravel

Have a blessed day!
 
 
 

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